The European Youth Parliament Tbilisi session was held in Tbilisi on September 7-9. About one hundred delegates from different countries participated in the event.
The Triangle Effect of European Studies at Schools (TEESS)
Within the framework of the EU Erasmus + Grant Competition Jean Monnet Project 2019, Caucasus University has received funding for the implementation of the “Triangle Effect of European Studies at Schools” (TEESS) project. The project will be led by Professor Guranda Chelidze of Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences and Ms. Ekaterine Kardava, Associate Professor of Caucasus School of Law.
On July 15-16, International Symposium funded by the Swedish Research Council - Neurocomputing Advances in Brain Research was held in the Conference Hall of Caucasus University. The Organizers are Georgian Society of Psycho-Physiological Studies and Caucasus University.
In July 2019, archaeological excavations were held in the village of Itkhvisi, Chiatura municipality.
On July 5, the National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement awarded another 7 year-accreditation to the undergraduate degree program in European Studies.
On July 2, the National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement awarded another 7 year-accreditation to the Bachelor’s Degree Program in English Philology.
On June 17-18, Ms. Mariam Manjgaladze, Professor at Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences, participated in the 4th International Scientific Conference in Craiova, Romania.
CSH lecturer at the International Scientific Symposium
On May 21 and 22, Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences held a scientific conference
On May 12, I, II, and III year students of the Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences conducted lectures in Gori district museums and historical monuments - Sergi Makalatia Gori Historical-Ethnographic Museum, Stalin Museum, Uplistsikhe Historical-Architectural Museum-Reserve and St. Mary Atenis Sioni.